CM urges diverted youth to return to mainstream, assures employment to lead life with dignity

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that some youths have strayed from the mainstream due to various reasons and urged them to return to the mainstream in the interest of the state.

Speaking at the Jharkhand State Foundation Day Parade he said that the government will provide the right to live with dignity and employment to the youth returning to the mainstream. He said that the state is proud of brave police personnel as the dedication
and indomitable courage with which the police officers and jawans have successfully faced various challenges in a difficult geographical area like Jharkhand deserves praise. He said that the morale which they have shown during difficult time is strength of the state and on the strength of this power, about three and a half crore population of the state is living with peace and tranquility. On this occasion, he also inspected the attractive parade amidst heavy rain and took the salute.

The Chief Minister honoured 57 police officers/ jawans by giving them medals for their excellent work in the function. The Chief Minister said that in the last 20 years after the formation of a separate state many ups and downs have been seen. He said that during this time period the state has achieved many milestones and also faced many challenges and problems. He said that many jawans have attained martyrdom while performing their duties but still their morale has not broken and they are fulfilling their responsibilities and duty with full honesty and sincerity.

The Chief Minister said that after the formation of a separate state, Jharkhand was counted among the most maoists affected states in the entire country but policemen have given a befitting reply to the maoists and now it can be said that the state has succeeded in controlling maoists to a great extent. Not only this the policemen also given a befitting reply to the anti-social and criminal organizations that have grown under the guise of LWE.

He said that the government is working with full commitment to reach the people sitting in the last row as the main motto is to bring smile on every face and for this many development and welfare schemes are being run. The Chief Minister said that the Jap Ground at Doranda in the capital Ranchi has historical significance as it has been witness to many big and important celebrations and events. Along with the beautification of this ground, all facilities will be made available so that it can be used in a better way he said and also announced to blacken the roads of the campus on the occasion.

The Chief Minister honoured 57 police officers and jawans with medals for their excellent work in this function. Out of these, one police officer was given Vishisht Seva Medal, 27 police officers/personnel were given Chief Minister’s Gallantry Medal and 29 police officers/ personnel were awarded Meritorious Service Medal.

Teams of Jharkhand Armed Police-1, Jharkhand Armed Police-2, Battalion of Wireless, Jharkhand Armed Police-10 (Women Corps), Indian Reserve Battalion-5, Ranchi District Force and Jharkhand Jaguar participated in the parade organized on the occasion. Apart from this, the band team of Jharkhand Armed Police Battalion-1, Jharkhand Armed Police Battalion-10 and Jharkhand Police Academy, Hazaribagh also participated. In this ceremony, the Principal Secretary-cum- Principal Secretary of the Department of Home, Prison and Disaster Management Rajiv Arun Ekka, Director General of Police Neeraj Sinha and many police officers and relatives of the martyred policemen were present.

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